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Scenic Hudson Park at Irvington

Spearheading a remarkable riverfront transformation.

IRVINGTON, Westchester County (12 acres) — Scenic Hudson initially acquired this contaminated industrial site to prevent its development and help local residents realize their dream of a public riverfront. Today, its walking paths afford superb views stretching from the Manhattan skyline to the Tappan Zee. Additional features include ball fields and a senior center.

Scenic Hudson Park at Irvington is owned by the Village of Irvington. For inquiries, call 914-591-7736.


  • Hudson River Greenway Water Trail site
  • Westchester RiverWalk
Walking Paddling Wildlife Watching with Accessible Opportunities Accessible by Train

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Visit three fascinating nearby historic homes — Sunnyside, where Washington Irving wrote timeless tales like “Rip Van Winkle”; Lyndhurst, one of the nation’s finest Gothic Revival houses; and the eight-sided Armour-Stiner House, where Scenic Hudson was founded in 1963.

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Kathryn W. Davis RiverWalk Center
Kathryn W. Davis RiverWalk Center
Scenic Hudson Park at Peekskill Landing
Scenic Hudson Riverwalk Park at Tarrytown
Scenic Hudson RiverWalk Park at Tarrytown